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1880nonsports

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Has anyone ever seen an offer from one of the big five that one could secure a BOUND album? One listed now seems the most generic. I've seen two different including a Ginter (on eBay) years ago - don't remember what why where or when just now. I'm still going with privately bound...…..

1889 DUKE SONS TOBACCO CARD ALBUM COSTUMES OF ALL NATIONS IN RARE CLOTH BINDING

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Agree with you completely...seems that if they were really issued that way, that more would have survived.
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I agree, was hoping to see others with more experience chime in.
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Just for the sake of clarity....

I know at one time we had a chat-line ruling that current auctions were a verboten topic of conversation..

Am I living in the past, as I have been accused of many times -  by a certain person of the female persuasion...
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